Tuesday, 26 September 2017
Yada Yada Yada: A 90s Sitcom Special
Written by Patrick Barton   
Wednesday, 05 July 2017 22:55

Yada Yada Yada: A 90s Sitcom SpecialThis is, quite frankly, one of the best shows that I have seen all year.

The show starts with the most spectacular medley of 90s television theme songs that you are ever likely to hear. It ends with a song that gets you right in the feels, about all those things that 90s television promised us all about life as adults, which never really turned out to be true… and in the middle is a series of original songs, pop-quizzes and hilarious banter (in and out of character).

We have all had that moment with a friend where someone says “God we’re funny, we should have our own show”… except that this is actually a show worth watching.

Lauren Edwards and Jude Perl are fantastic actresses, amazing musicians and really witty comedians. Although they may seem perfect, they even put each on the spot with impromptu quote challenges and accent hiccoughs, which only serves to make them more endearing.

A 90s Sitcom Special runs until the end of the week. I wouldn’t advise missing it. However, if you do, Jude Perl (50% of this talented due) is rumoured to have a show of her own featuring at The Butterfly club in the coming week.


The Butterfly Club
Yada Yada Yada
A 90s Sitcom Special

Venue: The Butterfly Club | Carson Place, off Little Collins St, Melbourne Vic
Dates: 5 – 9 July 2017
Tickets: $32 – $28
Bookings: thebutterflyclub.com




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